Savvy company leaders plan for the low points and implement strategies that ensure their businesses will thrive in the long term — no matter what the economy does.
There is no shortage when it comes to articles about entrepreneurship or blogs by entrepreneurs. In fact, sometimes it can be overwhelming. With the vast array of content available on sites like Forbes, Entrepreneur and Inc.com alone, it’s easy to start suffering from information overload.
I keep busy overseeing an insurance agency, but my interests aren’t confined to the skills and topics related to my industry. Over the course of my career, I have realized that all of my seemingly unrelated interests and habits — from collecting antique hood ornaments to studying 18th-century explorer Captain Cook to managing a company — complement one another to make me a more powerful, well-rounded, and overall content executive.